Just like the eclectic actor himself, Nick Nolte's Malibu mansion comes with a fascinating and colorful past!
The 48 Hours star has listed his Bonsall Canyon estate for $8.25 million and prospective buyers will be getting a slice of Hollywood history along with the beautiful property, as former owners include Tommy Chong, Don Felder of the Eagles and songwriter/producer David Foster, and RadarOnline.com has all the photos.
Located on two acres of sycamore and pine trees, the main house features 19-foot vaulted ceilings, skylights, six fireplaces, marble floors and mahogany French doors, The Real Estalker reported.
There are four bedrooms including the master suite, which has its own sitting area, office and library, and two fireplaces.
Friends of The Thin Red Line actor were welcome to stay in an additional two-bedroom, three-bathroom guesthouse on the lush grounds and enjoy the lagoon pool and lighted tennis court at the "artist's paradise."
The drive up the Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles to his Malibu home has sometimes been a precarious one for Nolte, who was notoriously arrested for suspicion of drunk driving on the famous stretch of ocean road in September 2002, resulting in a legendary Hawaiian shirt and wild hair mugshot.